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HTTP/2 Now Fully Supported in NGINX Plus

Earlier this week we released NGINX Plus Release 7 (R7) with support for HTTP/2. As the latest standard for the HTTP protocol, HTTP/2 is designed to bring increased performance and security to modern web applications. The HTTP/2 implementation in NGINX Plus works seamlessly with existing sites and applications. Minimal changes are required, as NGINX Plus delivers HTTP/1.x and HTTP/2 traffic in…

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Announcing NGINX Plus R7

NGINX, Inc. is proud to announce the availability of NGINX Plus Release 7 (R7), the latest release of our application delivery platform. The update provides a fully supported implementation of the new HTTP/2 web standard, the first of its kind for a leading web server. NGINX Plus can be deployed as a frontend HTTP/2 gateway and accelerator for both…

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12 Reasons Why NGINX is the Standard for Containerized Applications and Deploying Microservices

As developers and technology professionals, we are all feeling the pressure of having to innovate, adapt, and build extraordinary new products and experiences faster than our competition. Continuous development and integration, the rapid deployment and elasticity of containers and cloud services, and breaking our applications into interconnected microservices are emerging as the new normal. With…

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How NGINX Plans to Support HTTP/2

Note: Since publishing this blog post we’ve added support for HTTP/2 in NGINX 1.9.5 and NGINX Plus R7. HTTP/2 Approved, Source: IETSince the IETF announced last week that the HTTP/2 specification has been finalized and will be published as an RFC, many customers have asked about our plans to support the new protocol…

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NGINX Plus and Amazon Elastic Load Balancing on AWS

[ngx_snippet name='table-style-blog'] Customers using Amazon Web Services (AWS) often ask us whether to use NGINX Plus or Amazon Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) for application load balancing. Amazon has published a whitepaper that describes how to set up NGINX Plus on AWS. This post focuses on the factors to consider as you choose between NGINX Plus and ELB, as…

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How to Improve SEO with HTTPS and NGINX

Did you know that securing your website with HTTPS can increase your ranking in Google search results? Google announced on their Online Security Blog that their search algorithm now considers HTTPS a ranking signal when returning search results. HTTP, the Hypertext Transfer Protocol, is the foundation of communication on the Internet. However, it’s insecure because…

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Hello? Is This Thing On?

Welcome to the NGINX blog! We've started this to keep you all more informed about the open source NGINX project, the company NGINX, Inc., and our new commercial product NGINX Plus. I'm Sarah Novotny, NGINX's newly-hired evangelist. You might know me from my work as co-chair of the O'Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON), or within the MySQL community. I'm delighted to join and learn from the community and users of NGINX. I'm going to kick off this first post by offering an overview of our progress in 2013, and make an exciting announcement for 2014.

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